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Artist: Waltham

Title: Waltham

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Category: Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Ryko

Catalog Number: RCD 10698

Personnel

Tony Monaco Guitars
Frank Pino Lead Vocals
Peet Golan Bass
Mikey Rorick Drums
Craig Smalls Guitar

Tracks

1.  Cheryl (Come And Take A Ride)  
2.  So Lonely  
3.  Joanne  
4.  Call Me Back  
5.  You Gotta Let Me In  
6.  Be With Me  
7.  Don't Say It's Too Late  
8.  Back To You  
9.  Maria Simeone  
10.  Nicole  
11.  Hopeless  
12.  All I Want Is You  

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From: Jez Date: October 3, 2005 at 9:32
I bought' Permission To Build',the first edition of this a couple of years back & was a favourite for a while. This version is completely re-recorded & features 4 different songs to the original. 'Cheryl (Come & Take A Ride)' is pure modern day Rick Springfield, RS being a good angle to approach this release from, 'Working Class Dog ' for the new millennium is how this album has been described & that is a spot on description. Catchy,hook filled Pop/Rock par excellence & very highly recommended.

From: Geoff Date: October 3, 2005 at 21:47
I can't properly comment on this disc as I only have 'Permission', but this band is great. The songs I do know off this version are all fantastic and these guys are easily one of the better current bands around. 'All I want is you' is probably my fave of the ones I know, but these guys write a killer tune that I'd have to recommend to all. Hope to pick this up soon, if I get the funds

From: metalmastermusic Date: April 11, 2007 at 23:28
This is a great album, not sure why it sells so cheap. They sound quite a bit like the Marvelous 3 (3 former members of Southgang). I would not consider them heavy metal but more in the rock genre. This disc is definetly worth picking up. I was able to get the version with the DVD included as well. Get this one while you can as it will be a rare find soon.

From: DanDare Date: September 15, 2008 at 14:54
I had this and sold it and frankly I regret that decision. The album is pretty good with some really memorable tunes. The 'Working Class Dog' comparison is good but to my ears there is also a little early Outfield in places, albeit with the guitars turned up. Having said that though what makes this band/album really great is that they really are having fun. And it shows in every song. 90/100.

From: juan carlos Date: October 26, 2008 at 0:26
Good opinions and yep itīs a good Modern Melodic Rock Album but for me itīs not a classic. Reminiscents of "WCD" Rick Springfieldīs album but just that, there are many bands like Waltham by these times, If Waltham are here then The Ataris, Goo Goo Dolls, Foo Fighters/Blink..(ŋ?) and many more bands must be here soon. 8.5/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: October 21, 2012 at 17:52
Only that IMO...a modern pop rock aorish band...Rick Springfield???...i'd say The Rembrandts instead...catchy songs typical of these types of bands(tracks 1,2,4 & 5 to mention some,basically the songs they do all sound the same)...enjoyable...perhaps...80/100


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